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After a 626 mile round trip yesterday, we brought home a new-to-me 22B cart to use with the "TS" Gator:

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It will also be used to haul one of the smaller lawn tractors in parades:

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Cool idea with the extendable ramp holding bar.
 

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Lowell,

Nice score on the 22 cart ! These are essentially a model "21-wide" cart (and quite similar to the regular model 21 and the earlier AMT II cart) with special fitments and a long ramp tailgate to accommodate golf course equipment -- greens mowers and bunker rakes, as I recall. Here is the standard 21 cart series illustration showing years of manufacture of each style:
AMT II and model 21 carts.JPG

Here is a copy of the owners information:
View attachment Deere 21 cart manual.pdf

The parts catalog is a section in the PC2211 along with the 5, 7, 10, 15 and 8HD carts:
View attachment PC2211 - JD 5, 7, 10 & 15 carts.PDF

Looks great behind your Gator !! :good2:

Chuck

BTW--in my neck of the woods these go for less than a 30 year old 80 cart in poor condition...
http://www.fastline.com/v100/2008-John-Deere-22B-BONNEVILLE-COUNTY-IMPLEMENT-IDAHO-FALLS-ID-equipment-detail-0311972e-e8a7-4217-9919-7b01efa39256.aspx
 

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Lowell,

Nice score on the 22 cart ! These are essentially a model "21-wide" cart (and quite similar to the regular model 21 and the earlier AMT II cart) with special fitments and a long ramp tailgate to accommodate golf course equipment -- greens mowers and bunker rakes, as I recall. Here is the standard 21 cart series illustration showing years of manufacture of each style:
View attachment 27656

Here is a copy of the owners information:
View attachment 27657

The parts catalog is a section in the PC2211 along with the 5, 7, 10, 15 and 8HD carts:
View attachment 27659

Looks great behind your Gator !! :good2:

Chuck

BTW--in my neck of the woods these go for less than a 30 year old 80 cart in poor condition...
2008 John Deere 22B Miscellaneous | BONNEVILLE COUNTY IMPLEMENT IDAHO FALLS, ID #136522
I'd looked for an AMT II, 21 or 22 for years & never found on in this area! ~~ Lowell
 

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Chuck, I noticed too, that in your last link the picture is "representative" & not the actual cart for sale, tells me the ones for $250-$300 aren't in good condition! The ones I've found listed were all $500 or above, even the poorer ones. ~~ Lowell
 

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Working on a pair of flat-top fenders for the 22B today:

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I had to stretch them just a little bit, then weld a 1" spacer on the back side:

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Took some time to get them fitted just right:

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A little filler to smooth out the welds before painting:

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I'll sand & paint them this afternoon! ~~ Lowell
 

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Fenders are on:

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70 I fits great:

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It will be towed with the "TS" Gator, 83-420 or the 317 Special:

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My first show will be here in Trenton in a month, going to have to get the flyers made up shortly! ~~ Lowell
 

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Looking good Lowell!! :thumbup1gif:

Nice work on the fenders... The 21 wide carts have the wheels under the bed and don't need fenders -- but the load height of the raised bed floor is not as good for loading heavy equipment like your custom industrial model 70 lawn tractor. Higher beds are good for dumping loose material like grass, gravel, etc. but the low bed trailers are best for loading/transporting equipment for sure.

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Nice job there grnspot110.
 
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